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Subaru Legacy 1998

located in Dunedin and listed under Cars & Campervans

Hi everyone,

I’m in Dunedin for another week and want to sell my car. It just got a new WoF and new rear brakes. Besides that, the V-belt needs to be readjusted. That will be done on Tuesday. After that the car will be as good as new. It has the usual bumps and scratches but it is a really reliable car. In my opinion the manual transmission is a big advantage especially when driving around on the south island.

The car has a well documented service history. It became a backpacker car just recently (2015). Before that there have been two owner which took good care of the car (with all the recommended services documented). I’m the 6th owner now and the backpackers before me have also maintained the car very well.

The car comes with all the equipment you need to camp and either sleep in the back of the car or the tent. You can actually sleep in the car with up to two persons quite comfortably (I’m 1.92 m tall and slept in the car for the last 3 month. Normally even better than in the hostels I stayed in occasionally).

I’m asking for 2.700 $ (the price is negotiable).

If you have any questions or are interested in the car don’t hesitate to shoot me a text. (I probably won’t be able to answer calls right away since I’m working during the day)

Phone: 0210517967

Cheers,

Tim

 

Details:

Subaru Lagacy 1998

Station Wagon

Price: 2.700 $ ono

WoF 10/17

Rego 6/17

Manual (5 gears)

4WD

290.000 km

2212 ccm

94 kW

Petrol (91)

7.5-8.5 l /100 km

Cambelt done at 255.000 km (won’t be an issue for the next 50.000 km)

New rear breaks

Spare tyre

T-bar

GPS system

 

The car comes with a lot of camping equipment:

One 2-3 person tent

A big self-inflating mattress

One blanket

One Sleeping bag

2 pillows

A picnic blanket

2 camping chairs

A full box of cooking equipment

A gas stove with a couple of full gas cartridges

Cooler with 4 thermal packs

 

+ all the small goodies that pile up in your car when you are on the road for a few month

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